West Ham star compares current Arsenal team to “unbeatables”

West Ham star Michail Antonio has been impressed by Arsenal’s performance this season and he says they remind him of the Gunners of old.

Mikel Arteta’s side has moved from finishing fifth last season to spending weeks at the top of the Premier League table.

If they stay focused and win more matches, they could remain at the top during the World Cup in Qatar.

It is an astonishing improvement on their performance from last season and it has gotten some of their fans dreaming of winning this league title.

Antonio has been enjoying their performances and says via The Daily Mail:

‘You see them, you look at their structure, how they’re playing, everyone knows where everyone is.

‘You can see with a couple of the passes, that players are not even looking, they’re just playing the ball, expecting someone to be there.

‘This Arsenal team reminds me of old Arsenal, the unbeatables. This is what you’re seeing now, how they’re playing, and the free football.’

Just Arsenal Opinion

We have been a delight to watch this season and are certainly one of the clubs to consider as title challengers.

However, it is still too early to get carried away by our early success. We must stay focused and ensure we can maintain our standards for the rest of this season.

If we do that, we can easily win the league or another trophy by the end of the term next year.

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3 Comments

  1. I would like to mention three situations from out of left field.

    Just a little conspiracy theory.

    1) It is my belief that Guardiola thinks his team are better when they have a close competitor in their quest for the League Title.
    Liverpool have been that team in the last two years.
    They are struggling this season to get going.

    There was a lot of conjecture over the side Pep put out.
    I think he was hoping to get Liverpool back on track with a win!!!

    2) I think that Arsenal might be in the market for PSV’s forward Gakpo. I wonder if Arteta & Edu did a deal with PSV, to allow them to go thru to the Europa in exchange for Gakpo coming to Arsenal next summer.
    We did not play very well in that game, which makes me suspicious about the loss.

    3) I wonder if Potter had spoken to the Brighton management , who asked him to let them win so they could get back on track. Again the manager (Potter in this case), put out a very strange line up!!

    Just some thoughts from Left Field

    1. Conspiracy theories are usually put forward by folk who have little grasp of lifes reality, I have noticed. What you call left field , I call nonsense!

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